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Jul 18, 2011 9:00am EDT
colonel was no joke as a retreat. the taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan as nato you begin to undo the control of the country's provinces to local forces facing a huge question mark save their ability to cope. calls for not is the crisis in golfing rupert murdoch's media empire spreads to the perseus police but the resignation of the country's most senior officer. and russian security forces for well a major terror plot in moscow which leads could of course huge loss of life. and the former head of b.p. zion oil assets in russia serbia where does the looking at the snow and sebastian it will that happen find out more of them so i feel. very warm welcome this is coming to you live from moscow the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's them peace local security forces say they've already killed the militants you carried out the attack well the mothers come less than a week off the hum of cars lies half brother who around the south of the country was g
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Jul 18, 2011 9:01am EDT
to local forces in parts of the country what do you think the taliban is trying to achieve. well you know i don't have insight into what they're trying to achieve certainly they would like to have their country back and they would probably like to have you know take back control of the country as they had if you remember before we invaded we worked closely united states work closely with the taliban we were working deals for for oil we were you know friendly with them had diplomatic relations with the taliban up until basically up until nine eleven and shortly thereafter so you know we can work with the taliban i think the writing on the wall is that if we leave afghanistan the taliban is going to be in charge and i think another thing to look at graphically is the power vacuum is being created in some respects or in the south along the iran border there could be a manufactured justification for the united states to put troops there and that would actually support some other things that are happening in the region of the iran well let's talk more about american policy in the region t
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Jul 18, 2011 4:01pm EDT
a unique russian observatories sent into war bit to study galactic objects. next the taliban claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack or those murders come less than a week after how many cars i was half brother around the country was gunned down the taliban's stepping up its assault on afghan officials right now just as name. combat troops begin to withdraw indeed on sunday the alliance handed over control of the first of seven designated areas to local forces with more on the situation unfolding in afghanistan let's talk to on the war. here brian very good evening chief thanks for being an r.t. international these latest attacks on senior official show that the taliban is still a substantial force to be reckoned with without the mind of nato forces doing the right thing by withdrawing now. well the nato forces are facing. a dilemma they're on the horns of a dilemma they can't win by
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Jul 18, 2011 10:00am EDT
retreat. for taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan as they to begin sunday between shoulder of the country's provinces to local forces facing huge question mark save their ability to cave. cops and how good is the crisis in the gulf in rupert murdoch's media empire spreads to the british police that with the resignation of competence in a senior officer. and russian security forces the will of major terror plot near not scale which is believed could have caused huge loss of life and. a very warm welcome this is live from moscow now the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack or the murders khan estell we call it a hundred calls lies half brother who round us out of the country was gunned down the taliban is tech not of the salt on our town officials as major combat troops begin that with school on sunday the alliance hundred overcontrolled with the first
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Jul 17, 2011 11:00pm EDT
taliban says the u.s. led efforts in the region have been seriously undermined by the death of karzai brother. well the cars i was not just the governor or the shadow governor of kandahar he was the most powerful and the most popular person throughout all of southern afghanistan this shows that right now with the canadian troops pulling out and with the u.s. trying to focus on eastern afghanistan feeling that they have controlled the south there is now a vacuum of who is in power who can the west rely upon the taliban have claimed responsibility for this but it's not clear that the taliban are responsible it could very easily be a power struggle i've also heard and others have reported that he was responsible for perhaps starting to bring the taliban together with the united states to negotiate their force someone would have had a different reason perhaps pakistan perhaps the taliban to stop this we don't know yet who is responsible because they killed a person who had all the information. that was journalist gerry van dyke commenting on the killing of the afghan president's half brot
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Jul 17, 2011 11:01pm EDT
the taliban has claimed responsibility for the killing describing it as one of its biggest achievements in a decade meanwhile the us led coalition has started handing over control of some of afghanistan's territories to local security forces but journalist jerry van dyke who was once held hostage by the taliban says the u.s. led efforts in the region have been seriously undermined by the death of karzai brother. while the cars i was not just the governor. of kandahar he was the most powerful and the most popular person. and throughout all of southern afghanistan this shows that right now with the canadian troops pulling out and with the us trying to now focus on eastern afghanistan feeling that they have controlled the south there is now a vacuum who is in power who can the west rely upon no one the taliban have claimed responsibility for this but it's not clear that the taliban are responsible it could very easily be a power struggle i've also heard and others have reported that he was responsible for perhaps starting to bring the taliban together with the united states to
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Jul 18, 2011 3:00am EDT
was her job as a retreat. the taliban take out another target on the or nato collaborators list as foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving a questionable local force in charge. one while another is baled the murdoch media misconduct sees britain's most senior policeman quit while x. news international rebecca brooks is arrested. a cosmic companion for the hubble telescope as russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out the secrets of our universe. european and start the week the week of mixed amid concerns of sovereign shock from the u.s. and europe will more in our business report in about twenty minutes. eleven am in the russian capital you're watching r.t.m. arena joshie welcome to the program a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack but ask on less than a week after karzai is half brother around the south of the country was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as nato combat troops began there was draw from the war
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Jul 18, 2011 6:01pm EDT
run out on their way to the united states. the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack. the murders come less than a week after how many cars eyes half brother seen as the most powerful figure in southern afghanistan was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its assaults on afghan officials as nato troops begin to withdraw on sunday the alliance handed over control of the first of seven designated areas to local forces but anti-war activist brian becker says the wave of afghanistan's summations only proves that the us has achieved nothing during its war there. when by staying in fact their presence is becoming the main catalyst for the armed insurgency not only the taliban but maybe one hundred forty armed groups and they can't leave either because if they leave there will be a perception that the us and nato were defeated by an armed insurgency but this dilemma must
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Jul 18, 2011 5:01pm EDT
where their fridge said off of a picture. now though the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack but the murders come less than a week after how many as half brother the south of the country was gunned down so the taliban seems to be stepping up its assault on afghan officials just as nato combat troops are beginning to withdraw deed on sunday the alliance handed over control of the first of seven designated areas to local forces as the war activists told me a trail of military bases will none the less be left behind. i would question to what extent they really want to leave clearly they have to present themselves as leaving whether they really intend to leave i think you can gauge by for example the amount of construction that's going on at places. nato bases at places like kandahar and by graham and so on which look very permanent and involve hundreds of millions of dollars bu
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Jul 18, 2011 1:00pm EDT
at risk of murdoch's media empire as the pressure builds on the prime minister. the taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan as nato begins to hand the control of the country's problems is to local forces facing huge question marks over their ability to cope with. russian security forces for a major teleport in moscow that's believed could have caused a huge loss. also the former head of b.p. tony hayward russian oil companies roofs and fast one that's business starting in twenty minutes. welcome this is r t it's nine pm monday night now here in moscow my name's kevin and first another day and another scalpers the news of the world scandal continues to unravel britain's second lease office is now quit following the example of his boss who resigned on sunday it follows revelations they hired a former news of the world executives of media adviser. more pressure on the prime minister david cameron who also hired a former editor from the same newspaper. reports. the feeling on the ground here in london is that this is an unfolding scandal not one which is
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Jul 18, 2011 11:01am EDT
and when is the last received a lot ran out on their way to the united states. the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president senior advisor in the capital kabul along with one of the countries that peace local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack well the murders come at less than a week after how many. probably he rounded south of the country down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as native combat units begin its withdrawal from the feline one hundred eva control seven designated areas to local forces but andrew activist jim branch of the tree of the minutes he faces be behind . i would question to what extent they really want to leave clearly they have to present themselves as leaving whether they really intend to leave i think you can gauge by for example the amount of construction that's going on at places. nato bases at places like kandahar about graham and so on which look very permanent and involve hundreds of millions of dollars but certainly some process is go
RT
Jul 18, 2011 2:00am EDT
taliban in the capital kabul the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack but ask on less than a week after home it karzai his half brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its salt on afghan officials as nato combat troops begin their withdrawal from the war zone but u.s. intervention expert stephen leatherman says washington will want to keep its grip on afghanistan because waging war is looking to. the president and. the security. guards to utilize five minute. the resistance and of ghana spirit and want to liberate a country go take any opportunity they care to tug any you fish up it any way will it any turning not only under one hundred thousand u.s. troops oh thirty or forty thousand other troops here or way over a hundred thousand private security contractors you never discuss the nature of media so combat forces may come out of private security forces may go when you take their course america always is wars not just to win them but to wage them because the profits are so great the war profiteers won each wars waged ten billion do
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Jul 18, 2011 9:31am EDT
and. read this and the kernel was her job as a retreat. the taliban in the south in a small high ranking officials in afghanistan as they say begins down david control of the country's provinces to local forces facing a huge question mark save their ability to cope. and how good is the crisis in the gulf in rupert murdoch's media empire spreads to the british police that with the resignation of competence no senior officer. and russian security forces the will of major terror plot near moscow which is believed could have caused huge loss of life. a very warm welcome this is live from moscow now the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the a time when the murders come less than a week of the hum of calls lies half brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down by the taliban is stepping off the salt on afghan officials as nato combat troops begin to withdraw on sunday the al
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Jul 18, 2011 8:31am EDT
headlines tune into kinds a report on our. the taliban step. is claiming responsibility for more high ranking this comes as naysay begin to hyundai have been told of the company's profits is. facing huge question mark save their business until. the crisis in the gulf in rupert murdoch's media empire spreads to the british police. resigns a behind the scenes to a former news of the world newspaper executive from the phone hacking scandal. and russian security forces who are in a major terror plot. and police have arrested a group of people from london says he read legend the planning an attack on crowded areas in that major trial. more news than around fifteen minutes time but right now they miss school safety unit a little village and schools and. go all smoking with featuring king gold has won the british a prince of the old days the. beautiful indeed he's forty two there's not a six pack in sight but darren clarke is the british open champ and we're going to have a look at how he did it in just a second. welcome to sports to be here with me union o'neal plenty to head over the next
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Jul 18, 2011 12:00pm EDT
pressure now builds on the prime minister. the taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan its nature begins to hand over control of the country's provinces to local forces facing huge question marks over their ability to. put russian special forces for all of major terror plot near moscow which it's believed could have caused a huge loss of life. welcome this is r.t. it's eight pm monday night here in moscow my name is kevin zero in on our top story another day another scope as the news of the world scandal continues to one rival britain second most senior police officers now quit following the example of his boss who resigned on sunday it follows revelations they hired a former news the world executive as a media adviser barracks it's no more pressure on the prime minister david cameron but also hired a former editor from the same newspaper. reports from london. the feeling on the ground here in london is that this is an unfolding scandal not one which is drawing to an end every day there are more allegations and more arrests and small resignations and this mi
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Jul 18, 2011 8:00am EDT
it's ability to go and clear from the sun the colonel was totally as used to retreat. the taliban as sounds today's a more high ranking officials in afghanistan is and they say begins than they control of the country's provinces so local forces facing huge question long sleeve for their appendices. talks and how kids the crisis in golfing rupert murdock's of media empire spreads to the british police with the resignation of the country's most senior officer. says security forces prevent i major terrorist attack in moscow by a group of people from the north caucasus. a very warm welcome to you this is a line from moscow the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s and local security forces say they've already killed or militancy carried out the attack on the murders come at less than a week one hundred calls lies hoff problem who around the south of the country has gone to the taliban stepping up its assault on a initials is nato a call about troops begin to withdraw
RT
Jul 18, 2011 2:00pm EDT
rupert murdoch's media empire as the pressure of now builds on the prime minister. of the taliban assassinate some more high ranking officials in afghanistan this nature begins to hand over control of the country's provinces to local forces facing huge question marks over their ability to cope. russian security forces full of major terror plot in moscow which is believed could have called huge loss of life. also in business news the form of b.p. chief tony hayward is reportedly eyeing russian oil companies are and basket one that i want to. welcome you watching our team from moscow it's ten pm monday night here now kevin and first another day another sculptors the news of the world scandal continues to unravel britain's second most senior police officers now quit following the example of his boss who resigned on sunday it follows revelations they hired a firm and he was the world executives of media advisor there exits no more pressure on the prime minister david cameron also hired a former editor from the same paper. reports. the feeling on the ground here in london is that this
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Jul 18, 2011 12:00pm PDT
of the room, but this is a video released by taliban insurgents in pakistan and it shows more than a dozen men believed to be pakistani policemen lined up. there they are, against the backdrop of the hillside with their hands tied behind their backs facing several men with rifles on the right side of your screen. this man shouting is accusing them of killing children in a crime against islam. and there they are, the men opening fire. now we froze the video right there because if you continue to watch, it gets even more graphic, even more brutal from that point on. c nrks nr cnn's reza sayah is taking up from here. >> reporter: we warn you, this is explicit video, some of you may find this very disturbing, if you want to turn away, this is a good time to do so. we want to walk you through the video, it shows at least 14 men lined up, all of them wearing traditional pakistani garb, all of them appear to have their hands tied behind their back. we assume these are taliban fighters, one of them is scolding the man who are lined up, saying that these executions are about to take place in
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Jul 18, 2011 3:00pm EDT
its focus on the police to the problem that. the taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan as nato begins to hand over control of the country's provinces to local forces placing huge question marks over their ability to probe. and the russian security forces oil a major terror plot in moscow which is believed could have caused huge loss of life . welcome this is r t it's eleven pm monday night here in moscow is kevin zero in with you this hour with our top story the former news of the world reporter who was the paper's first ex employee to say the senior executives encouraged phone hacking has been found dead at his home police say there don't appear to be any suspicious circumstances shawn hole was quoted by the new york times as saying that illicit phone tapping was widely used as a means of finding stories and then editor andy colson calls the most recently served as david cameron's media adviser and has denied the claims it comes as pressure grows around the prime minister after the ex top cop who resigned in the wake of the scandal took a swipe at the ruthl
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Jul 18, 2011 6:00am EDT
has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack well the tests come less than a week one hundred cars lies hoff problem he ran in the south of the country has gone down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as they say calm but she'd begin their withdrawal from the will say but u.s. intervention expert stephen lyman says washington will want to keep its grip on a countless sound because waging war supersets. if. a president came out on the street with a small security detail be practical a marine division again i see him he would last five minutes the resistance and it would get us there and want to liberate the country so take any opportunity they care to in time did anything in any level in return not only under a hundred thousand u.s. troops but thirty or forty thousand other troops here or well over a hundred thousand private security contractors you never hear is discussed in a major media so congress forces may come out private security forces may go in to take the poison america alwa
RT
Jul 18, 2011 10:01am EDT
taliban come on and possibly a mixture of local initiative and central control and so on and it does look like a program of assassinations so that could well be timed directly with the what would what they call the house. and how much power way do you think the president calls. actually has himself inside the country is he really able to use the taliban . as i understand it he was the mayor of kabul way back in two thousand and. plying that he controlled what he actually controlled with kabul and. apparently they still i mean he even when for example they have these elections that he appears to win although of course it's disputed i mean he only travels around courtesy of nato forces whereas other kind of it's can't get around in the same way so his power does appear to be extremely limited and it's also deals that he's had to do with former warlords so the power is curtailed that way but above all he does seem to be entirely dependent on nato and after all if you think about it he was picked almost exactly ten years ago by the united states to be the interim president and unless the
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Jul 18, 2011 12:00am EDT
booklet rather said the colonel was her job as a retreat. the taliban take out another target on the or nato collaborators list as foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving of questionable local forces in charge. while another israel the part of me in this cause it seems britain's most senior policeman quit while absent use international chief rebecca brooks is arrested. cause me companion for the hubble telescope that's russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out the secrets of the universe. am in the russian capital you're watching our josh welcome to the program. a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban and the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack protests come less than a week after how mkhize eyes have brother who ran south of the country was gunned down taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials and smale combat troops began their withdrawal from the war zone but who has intervention that spurred steven lemon says washington trying to claim it's quick on the ganesan because waging wa
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Jul 18, 2011 1:00am EDT
advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul a lot of the country's lawmakers was also killed and the attack the deaths come less than a week after how many cars eyes have brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as nato combat troops begin there was draw from the war zone but u.s. intervention experts even one man says washington world wants to keep its grip on afghanistan because waging wars a looker. i'm like. a president. with a small security detail not be practical a marine division a galaxy and he wouldn't last five minutes the resistance in a van is one to liberate a country go take any opportunity they care to tell you anything it is a level it anytime there are only of iran three thousand u.s. troops about thirty or forty thousand other troops there are well known for over one hundred thousand private security contractors you never hear is discussed in the major media so combat forces may come out of private security forces may go when to take their place americ
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Jul 18, 2011 3:31am EDT
little toe to toe see don't need to go and. read this in the candle was her job as a retreat. the taliban take out another target on their nato collaborators list as foreign troops began as drawing while leaving a questionable local force in charge. one thousand out while another is veiled the murder misconduct sees britain's most senior policeman quit x. news international treaty for back to bergson is arrested. a cosmic campaign ian for the hubble telescope as russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out the secrets of our universe. this is our coming to live from moscow with josh a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack the das come less than a week after hama karzai is have brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as nato combat troops begin their was drawl from the war zone but u.s. intervention expert stephen leatherman says washington will want to keep its grip on of ghana stan because
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Jul 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
my blog. cnn.com/situationroom. from pakistan, a very graphic video released by taliban showing 16 men being executed. >> this is a graphic look at how brutal and ugly the war against the taliban can get. some of you may find this very disturbing. if you would like to turn away, this is a good time to do so. let's walk you through this video. it was released by the taliban, posted online. men wearing traditional pakistani garb, all of them with their hands tied behind their back. in front of them, you see three armed men, you assume these are taliban fighters. one of them is scolding the men who are lined up, accusing them of being enemies of islam, saying these executions are about to take place for six children. the military here vehemently denies those excuses took place. after the scolding is over, that's when you see and hear the gunfire. you see the men topple to the ground, some of them moaning and writhing in pain. we're not going so show you what happened next. some of the gunmen walk up to the men and shoot them again, sometimes in an effort too make sure they're dead. th
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Jul 18, 2011 11:00am EDT
spill over to top politicians. the taliban assassinates more high ranking officials in afghanistan as nato begins down david control of the country's conan says so local forces facing huge question mark save their ability to cope. and russian security forces pull a major terror plot near moscow which it's believed could have caused huge loss of life. the looming debt crisis in the u.s. and in europe and the fall in world prices of all cause the russian markets a little more than one percent on monday join me in twenty minutes for. a very warm welcome to you this is the line from moscow now another day another scowl because the news of the world scandal continues to unravel britain's second most senior police officer has quit following the example of his boss he resigned on sunday if only his revelations they hired a former news of the world executives a media advisor at the same time as they were resisting pressure to reopen the probe into claims that it was hacking into phones let's get more now from aussies or emmett's she's live in london last hour laurie it's been two days of rapi
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Jul 18, 2011 12:31am EDT
. am. the it is easy to. see feel. to. see. if. the taliban take out another target on their nato collaborators list as foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving a questionable local force in charge the afghan army is known for having numerous drop people linked to insurgency. one bows out while another is failed to murder the media this conduct seized britain's most senior policeman quit over connections journalists suspected of bribery and phone happening while x. news international chief is arrested. and a cosmic campaign for the hubble telescope is russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out of the secrets of our universe the radio boasts a much higher resolution than its nasa. had lines here in r.t. and time now for the latest sports update with natasha. welcome to our team sports our top stories this hour brazil join argentina as america outside is up to losing to paraguayan penalties while venezuela eleven eight and the favorite on sunday. has been a long way but in bandung clock has won a major forty two year old northern irishman hauling is now to be the faile
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Jul 18, 2011 2:31am EDT
. real life stories from would need to. be true nineteen forty five don't call. the taliban take out another target on their nato collaborators list us foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving a question of a local force in charge the afghan army is known for having numerous drug addicts and people linked to insurgency. one. another is the murdoch media that sees britain's most senior policeman put over a connections to journalist suspected of bribery and phone hacking while x. news international chief rebecca bruce is arrested. at a cosmic companion for the hubble telescope has russia's own eyes in the sky gets ready to see the secrets of our universe. much higher resolution than it's nasa causing. us they have lives here in our sports next with natasha. hello and welcome to our team sports update our top stories this hour brazil joined argentina's cup on our side is up there losing to pound wild paladins while venezuela eliminates another favorite chile on sunday. has been a long way but in the end unclog has won a major and the forty two year old northern irishman holding hi
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Jul 18, 2011 3:01am EDT
by local security forces which contain drug addicts and those connected to the taliban despite this nato began handing control over one of the country's thirty four provinces to the locals on sunday but there is concern they are too divided on trade and ill equipped to fend off the insurgency by themselves jason model of reports from kabul. there's confusion on the faces of the afghan army soldiers as a firefight unfolds on the other side of the wall lucky for them this is the kabul military training center in the bullets being fired blanks the men here halfway through a ten week program and the officers don't cut the many slack when it's over the be deployed eastern province one of afghanistan's most violent corners. but we must push them hard so they can perform under pressure day by day we're making progress the afghan national army has already come a long way its ranks have swollen to about one hundred seventy thousand troops thanks to fresh waves of recruits attracted by higher wages and extra perks the soldiers insist they are all united in their desire to beat back the taliba
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Jul 18, 2011 5:31am EDT
have to go and. run this in the kennel was her job as a school retreat. the taliban say galvanometer tong get on the nato collaborates is just born she began with drawing leading a local force in charge. one vols out while another is bailed them out of media misconduct fees britain's most senior policeman quit while x. news international chief rebecca brooks is arrested. calls made companion for the hubble telescope with russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out the secrets of how you know. a very warm welcome to you this is a line from moscow a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack well the deaths come in a week the hum of coals lies hauffe brotherhood around the south of the country has gone down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as they take home but chiefs begin their withdrawal from the will say but u.s. intervention expert stephen lyman says washington will want to keep its grip on off down a sound because waging
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Jul 18, 2011 6:31am EDT
russia. we've got the huge earth covered. close. cluck cluck. cluck . the taliban take out another target on then they take collaborative lives does foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving a questionable local force in child's the afghan army is known for having numerous drug people linked to insurgency. one of. the is the muddled media misconduct sees britain's most senior policeman quit the connections to journalists inspectors of bribery and. news international chief rebecca says arrested. calls may come in for the hubble telescope is a function of the own eye in the sky gets ready to help the secrets of all of the radio on strong both a much higher resolution that is not so confident. that it is going is all named sport that's next that's. welcome to our sports let's have a look at our headlines fast brazil join argentina's help on the recount side is all to losing to a pair of wild penalties well then isabella eliminates now the favorite chile something. it's been a long way back in their own down clock has won a major as the forty two year old known by irish men holding his n
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Jul 18, 2011 5:00am EDT
moscow a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack the deaths come less than a week after hama cars eyes have brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its assault on afghan officials as nato combat troops begin there was draw from the war zone but u.s. intervention experts steven lamb and says washington will want to keep its grip on a data stand because waging war is a lucrative. i'm sorry the president came out on the street with a smaller security detail not a practical a marine division mc i see him he would last five minutes the resistance and have vanished one to liberate the country ok any opportunity they care to target anything in any level it any time not only under one hundred thousand u.s. troops about thirty or forty thousand other troops here or well over one hundred thousand private security contractors you may never hear is discussed in the major media so congress forces may come out of private security forces
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Jul 18, 2011 7:31am EDT
colonel was her job as a retreat. the taliban as sounds today more high ranking officials in afghanistan is a naysayer begins to hand they control of the country's provinces so local pulls this facing huge question long say there have been this. is the crisis in rupert murdoch's in the media empire spreads to the british police with the resignation of the country's most senior officer. and security forces prevent i major terrorist attack am moscow by a group of people from the north caucuses. a very warm welcome to you this is a lie from the taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the afghan president's senior adviser in the capital kabul along with one of the country's m.p.'s and local security forces say they've already killed the militants who carried out the attack well the murders come at less than a week the hum of hoff brought the who around the south of the country it was. the taliban stepping up its assault on a afghan officials and they take on about chimps begin to withdrawal and sunday the alliance candidate for control the first of seven desig
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Jul 17, 2011 10:00pm EDT
there between the taliban and the northern alliance the northern alliance were the former regime that had power in kabul and ensured diplomatic relations with the west even though the taliban controlled ninety five percent of the country it's almost just wishful thinking and frankly if i were a diplomat i would find it disturbing it's a bizarre situation if the u.s. knows who these people are they're not seeing and certainly there's no doubt that traditionally there's always been a very high component of jihad. around benghazi so it's unrealistic to assume that that is not still the case the u.s. has an amazing habit of shipping a skids full of hundred dollar bills to third world countries and expecting them to end up in the right hands i'm really going to happen. the recognition of the rebels by more nations may bolster their spirit but it's a different story in combat fierce fighting for a key eastern oil town has ended with heavy opposition casualties as daniel bushell reports it's thought france is now trying the tactic of talks with the libyan regime after failing to deliver a kn
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Jul 18, 2011 7:00am EDT
moscow a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's well making is was also killed in the attack well the death comes less than a week compliment colonise hoff robber who ran the sound of the pump she was telling the taliban is stepping up its assault on a caliphate children's names he called but cheap the good their withdrawal from the walls a new reference bench and threats even among them says the old national sins will want to pick scripts on afghanistan because waging war is the pursuit. if. the president came out on a story with a small security detail no practical a marine division again i'd see him he would last five minutes the resistance in afghanistan want to liberate the country take any opportunity they care to tie get any you fish up he level he turning not only are there a hundred thousand u.s. troops about thirty or forty thousand other troops here or way over a hundred thousand private security contractors you never lose discuss the nature of media so combat forces way come our private securi
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Jul 18, 2011 4:31am EDT
need to go and. read this in the kernel was her job as a treat. the taliban take out another target on their nato collaborators list as foreign troops begin withdrawing while leaving at questionable local force in charge. of one thousand ad while another is bail them earth media misconduct seems britain's most senior policeman quit while x. news international chief rebecca brooks is arrested. cosmic companion for the hubble telescope with russia's own eye in the sky gets ready to seek out the secrets of our universe. markets stressed over european banks but this be a good opportunity for russian lenders to expand more in our business update about twenty of them. what you are going to live from moscow a senior advisor to the afghan president has been assassinated by the taliban in the capital kabul one of the country's lawmakers was also killed in the attack the deaths come less than a week after hamid karzai as have brother who ran the south of the country was gunned down the taliban is stepping up its sold out afghan officials as nato combat troops begin their withdrawal from the w
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Jul 18, 2011 7:00pm EDT
which we are led to believe helped to stop the momentum of a growing taliban led injure genesee. but the war is far from over. jennifer griffin with the news tonight live from the pentagon. general, david petraeus is leaving as the taliban targets the afghan's president's inner circle, i guess. >> that's right. general petraeus is now on route back to the u.s. he transition the with marine general john allen today in afghanistan. he is leaving behind 100,000 u.s. troops. 33,000 of them will be brought home by september of next year. all of them by 2014. >> you have shown initiative, determination, innovativeness and courage. you have been diplomats as well as warriors, states men as well as soldiers. your performance has been, in a word, awesome. >> but just this weekend, another key aid to president harmid karzai was killed, assassinated by the taliban, just days after harmid karzai's own brother was killed by his body guard, shep. >> shepard: yet, nato is transitioning one of the key provinces to the afghan military. >> ironies of irony. the province where the taliban, back in marc
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